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Friday, July 27, 2007

Why is Ron Carey scared of instant run off voting

Shouldn't the chair of Minnesota's Republican party be proud enough of the candidates they put forward that they don't fear a majority rule system that won't enter state wide elections in Minnesota for at least 10 years? Ron Carey on tonight's Almanac broadcast confirmed that Republicans don't intend to ever represent the majority despite the fact that they easily could without throwing away there values.

Ron Carey suggest that some elections would come down to multiple left leaning candidates, but that can only happen if the options from the Republican party aren't good enough for Minnesota. Ron Carey doesn't think Tim Pawlenty is a good enough candidate to represent the majority of Minnesotan's, Ron Carey doesn't think Norm Coleman is a good enough candidate to represent the majority of Minnesotan's.

Ron Carey the chair of Minnesota's Republican Party does not think Minnesota's Republican party is good enough to represent Minnesota. Republicans it's time to find a chair that believes in your party.

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